The Terrorist and Disruptive and Activities (Prevention) Act, 1987
28. Power to make rules. -
- Without prejudice to the powers of the Supreme Court to make rules under Section 27, the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, make rules for carrying out the provisions of this Act.
- In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely:
- regulating the conduct of persons in respect of areas the control of which is considered necessary or expedient and the removal of such persons from areas.
- the entry into, and search of, -
- any vehicle, vessel or aircraft; or
- any place, whatsoever, reasonably suspected of being used for committing the offence referred to in Section 3 or Section 4 or for manufacturing or storing anything for the commission of any such offence.
- conferring powers upon, -
- the Central Government;
- a State Government;]
- an Administrator of a Union Territory under Article 239 of the Constitution;
- an officer of the Central Government not lower in rank than of a Joint Secretary; or
- an officer of a State Government not lower in rank than that of a District Magistrate, to make general or special orders to prevent or cope with terrorist acts or disruptive activities;
- the arrest and trial of persons contravening any of the rules or any order made there under;
- the punishment of any person who contravenes or attempts to contravene or abets or attempts to abet the contravention of any rule or order made there under with imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years or for a term which may not be less than six months but which may extend to seven years or with fine or with imprisonment as aforesaid and fine;
- providing for the seizure and detention of any property in respect of which such contravention, attempt or abetment as is referred to in Clause (e) has been committed and for the adjudication of such seizure and detention, whether by any court or by any other authority.